MOTHERWELL have been found guilty of a number of rule breaches following a Scottish Professional Football League investigation into crowd issues during and after their play-off victory over Rangers at Fir Park.
Motherwell have been found to have breached Scottish Professional Football League rules on unacceptable conduct by an SPFL commission.
Motherwell manager Mark McGhee laid the blame for his side’s Scottish Cup exit firmly at the door of referee Steven McLean. The match official failed to halt play when Jordan Roberts pushed Morgaro Gomis off the ball from behind immediately before scoring Inverness’s winner during time added on.
Jordan Roberts scored his first goal for Inverness as the winger's spectacular injury-time strike sent the holders past Motherwell and into the Scottish Cup quarter-finals with a 2-1 victory.
• Scott Fraser earns some Cup relief for Tangerines • Jordan Roberts’ guile earns Caley quarter-final place A late strike from substitute Scott Fraser sealed Dundee United ’s place in the Scottish Cup quarter-finals at the expense of Partick at Tannadice. Mixu Paatelainen’s bottom-of-the-table side…
A wonderful injury time goal from Jordan Roberts books Inverness' place in the last eight of the Scottish Cup.
He could not have suspected as much when he replaced Chris Cadden with only three minutes of Motherwell’s match against Partick Thistle at Firhill on Tuesday remaining but it was all to end in tears
for visiting winger Lionel Ainsworth.
Highlights of Partick Thistle's victory over Motherwell in the Scottish Premiership.